30 Stuffed Potato Recipes (+ Best Filling Ideas) – Tricks and Tips

30 Stuffed Potato Recipes (+ Best Filling Ideas)
Stuffed Potato RecipesStuffed Potato Recipes
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Poh-tay-toh, poh-tah-toh. It doesn’t matter how you say it, these stuffed potato recipes are delish in every way possible! 

Whether you’re serving steak or want an all-in-one meal, stuffed potatoes are a savory dish no one can resist.

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They’re easy, hearty, and a frugal fixin’ to boot!

Mexican Style Stuffed Baked Potatoes with Chili Con Carne and CheeseMexican Style Stuffed Baked Potatoes with Chili Con Carne and Cheese

From zesty taco to breakfast sausage and egg, you can stuff a potato with nearly anything!

Take this easy carb to new levels with a delicious stuffing for dinner. 

Try something new, or stick with a classic. I’ve put together a list of 30 of my favorite stuffed potato recipes for you to try tonight!

Why be basic when you can have bougie French onion soup potatoes?

They’re loaded with all the classic staples of French onion soup and are easier than you could imagine. 

After baking, scoop out most of the soft potato from the skin.

Mix the caramelized onion with the mashed potato, and stuff it right back into the potato shell. 

Top it with Gruyere cheese and remaining onions, and bake it to perfection. 

Take two delicious dinners, and pack them into one potato? Yes, please!

Load your baked potatoes with taco meat, cheese, and sour cream, and bake them until bubbly.

I like to top with all my favorite taco fixings before serving.

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This is a great recipe to use up leftover taco meat in a creative way. Perfect for a tasty hot lunch the next day!

If you don’t think baked potatoes are a sophisticated food, you haven’t tried this recipe! It’s colorful, flavorful, and healthy.

Sauteed veggies taste all the better in a creamy wine reduction sauce.

Pile that goodness into your potatoes and top them with freshly grated cheese. Perfection! 

Enjoy this as a meatless dinner, or serve it with tender grilled chicken. 

What came first? Loaded mashed potatoes, or loaded baked potatoes? Get the best of both worlds with twice-baked potatoes.

The potato skins are loaded up with buttery mashed potatoes, cream, bacon, and cheese. Bake until they’re warm and bubbly.

Who can resist crispy shells, salty bacon, and creamy mashed potatoes?

Are they still sloppy if you eat them with a fork? Well, with good food, I don’t think it matters!

Ditch the bun and dig into a sloppy spud. Sweet and tangy sloppy Joe meat is tucked into a baked potato and topped with cheese. 

If all that sauce isn’t enough, top your potato with with sour cream, cheese, and green onions. 

Baked potatoes for breakfast? I’m totally down for a beautiful brunch that doesn’t leave me hungry for more!

These potatoes have all the goodness of a twice-baked potato, plus a soft egg.

To have a runny yolk, wait to add it until there are just a few minutes left to bake. 

Sprinkle on the remaining crunchy bacon, and top them with cheese and green onion. 

Chili-stuffed baked potatoes are a great fall dinner that the whole family will love.

Ditch the Frito pies and dig into these delicious baked potatoes.

If you happen to have leftover chili to use, it makes this recipe all the easier.

However you like your chili, it will certainly taste good stuffed into a baked potato.

Top with your favorite chili fixings and they’re ready to enjoy! They’re delicious, nutritious, and so darn easy. 

Imagine personal pizzas marrying crunchy potato skins. I promise it tastes as good as it sounds!

Bake the potatoes, scoop out the flesh, and bake them a little longer for extra crispiness.

Top them with sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, and bake them until bubbly.    

You won’t need the flesh of the potato for this recipe, so save it for some mashed potatoes.

These cheesy pepperoni pizza potatoes are the bomb!

You know anything stuffed with crack chicken will be amazing!

No doubt, these stuffed potatoes are just as addicting as the TikTok casserole.

Bake your potatoes first, then load them up with the creamy chicken mixture.

Top them with cheese and bacon and bake them before serving.

These easy potatoes are a total meal in one and are dangerously addicting!

Summer barbecues are a “happy place” for good reason!

If the rain has you stuck indoors, these stuffed baked potatoes are the perfect solution. 

Simplify your cooking by using rotisserie chicken and store-bought BBQ sauce. Or, start from scratch and make your own! It’s totally up to you.

Sour cream and cheese are a delicious topping for BBQ chicken potatoes. 

The classic pairing of ham and cheese comes together for this recipe.

Savory and satisfying stuffed potatoes are always a delicious dinner!

With a super simple list of ingredients, there’s no doubt this recipe is a quick and easy meal.

Mashed potatoes, ham, and cheese are all you need to fill your potatoes.

Make this recipe in a flash by using your microwave to “bake” your potatoes. This will keep your kitchen cool and your dinner hot!

If you love Caesar salad and baked potatoes, you’ll love this combo. Okay, it’s definitely different but you have to try this recipe. 

Grilled chicken and creamy Caesar salad are loaded into your favorite tuber. The resulting meal is indulgent and healthy at the same time!

Feel free to keep your salad ingredients simple, or add in some extras.

I love adding spring mix to my lettuce and some radishes for crunch. 

The best part about spuds is they’re so versatile and easy to love!

Simple recipes like these make them even easier to make a hearty meal on a budget.

These potatoes are topped with a creamy spinach mixture and nestled in a tomato sauce. It’s easy, elegant, and downright delicious.

Make this your next meatless Monday meal, or serve it with chicken or fish. 

Holy delicious potatoes Batman! If you try any recipe on this list, make it this one. I promise you won’t regret it!

Start with making rich and creamy mashed potatoes. Then, fold in shrimp scampi, sour cream, and cheese to your potatoes.

This delightful recipe is delicious with asparagus baked in, too!

Adding cheese to broccoli is one of the quickest ways to please a picky eater. Toss it into a potato, and you have a family-friendly hit!

This recipe has some serious broccoli cheddar soup vibes, and I’m here for it!

There’s nothing like a warm potato pick-me-up to fill your heart in the fall.

Enjoy these as is, or add some ham for extra protein for a whole meal. There’s no going wrong with broccoli and cheese!

Surf and turf is cruising to the dinner table in a potato bowl with this recipe!

The sausage, shrimp, and spices are mixed into the mashed potatoes. Be sure to cut just the top third of your potatoes for a bigger boat. 

Try adding some bell peppers and corn for added texture, flavor, and nutrients. 

I’m the first to admit, potatoes aren’t the healthiest dinner on their own. So add some veggies and feel no guilt for indulging!

This recipe has a creamy vegan veggie dip to pile into baked potatoes.

Sit back and watch the spinach, mushrooms, and tomatoes flavor take your potato to new heights. 

A tasty veggie dip is the perfect finish for a hot baked potato. Feel free to use non-vegan cheese if your diet allows!

I know what you’re thinking: baked potatoes in the Crockpot? Yes, it’s a thing, and you may just never turn back!

Place your chicken, potatoes, and salsa into the pot of your slow cooker, set it, and forget it.

After cooking them on low for six hours, your potatoes and chicken will be fork tender. 

Slice your potatoes and scoop on the chicken and salsa. Top them with sour cream, chives, and cheese before serving. 

There’s no need to spend your whole day in the kitchen making stuffed potatoes!

This recipe is the fastest on this list and doesn’t slack on flavor.

Using your microwave to simplify the process is the key to this recipe.

You can even use it for the second “baking” of the smashed potato mixture.

For crispier skins, brush them with olive oil before the second cooking.

Who needs tortillas when we have potatoes? Okay, tortillas have their place. But so do these tasty taco-stuffed potatoes. 

This recipe is as simple as baking your potatoes and stuffing in your favorite taco fixings.

You get that warm, spiced taco flavor in a comforting tuber. 

Everything we love about breakfast piles into a potato in this recipe.

Potato skins overflow with bacon, egg, and cheese and are baked to perfection.

You can make them with a sunny-side-up egg, or opt for scrambled eggs for ease.

No matter how you make it, this easy breakfast feels fit for a queen!

All the comfort and flavor of a tuna melt in a hearty potato meal. Yep, sign me up!

This recipe takes tuna to the next level with sun-dried tomatoes and cream cheese.

Try mixing in spinach and mushrooms for a balanced meal full of flavor.

Some of my favorite recipes are those that are simple and scrumptious.

This twice-baked potato recipe is a go-to favorite of mine for just that reason.

Creamy spinach mashed potatoes are tucked back into the potato skins before baking.

The onion, spinach, and cream cheese work together to make a delicious side.

I’m the kinda gal that says yes to anything that’s “crab-stuffed” with a smile on my face. Baked potatoes are no exception to that rule!

For the most indulgent recipe, crab lump meat is key. Imitation crab just won’t have the same briny, rich flavor. 

These potatoes are loaded with protein and flavor and could definitely be a meal on their own. 

Where have these potatoes been my whole life? Sure, sour cream and cheese are good.

But these baked potatoes are better than I can describe!

The rich and deep flavors of the toppings take these potatoes to the next level.

Finish them off with some gorgonzola cheese for sheer perfection.

I love to serve these beautiful potatoes with grilled chicken or fish and a simple salad. 

Fall is almost here, and you know what that means! Football foods are coming fast around the corner.

Zesty buffalo chicken is a perfect partner for tender twice-baked potatoes. Top them with cheese and you’re in finger-food heaven!

For party-size bites, use smaller potatoes that will be perfect for party platters. Serve them with blue cheese or ranch for dipping. 

Are you tired of making the same quiche for brunch? Give these beautiful potatoes a try and you will never look back!

Fill your hollowed potatoes with cooked sausage and top with an egg.

The trick to keeping your egg yolk runny is to keep an eye on it for the desired consistency.

Your guests will rave over a beautiful and simple breakfast. Serve them with fresh fruit for a pop of color and contrasting flavors. 

You can’t go wrong with loads of cheese and potatoes!

These potatoes are uber creamy with cream cheese, butter, cheddar, and chives.

This mixture is mashed together and tucked back into potato skins for baking.

It’s an easy appetizer, a scrumptious side, or a delicious dinner on its own. How can you say no? 

Need an easy dinner to get to the table quickly? Look no further!

Shred up some rotisserie chicken and mix in cream cheese, ranch mix, and hot sauce.

Stuff your pre-baked potatoes and get ready to dig right in!

To speed up the baking of the potatoes, use your microwave! This way, you’ll have your potatoes done much faster.

I won’t lie, I can get down on some jalapeño poppers.

There’s just something about the cream cheese, spicy pepper, and bacon that’s so tasty. 

You’ll make these like twice-baked potatoes and stir in your popper ingredients to the mashed potatoes.

Top them with extra bacon before baking. 

These loaded potatoes are scrumptious with sour cream and chives to finish them off.

However you serve them, they’re sure to be gone in minutes. 

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